New Law Requires Urgent Care Clinics to Post Prices

It's impossible to be a conscientious consumer of medical services if you don't know how much a procedure, an office visit or a lab test will cost. If you live in Florida, however, and are in need of urgent care, the mystery about costs is about to lift.

As reported on the St. Petersburg Times' Tampa, a new health care transparency law requires urgent care clinics to post prices on their 50 most frequently provided services. The price of failure to do so? $1,000 per day until they comply.

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